North Lake Tahoe is an absolute treasure — with its sparkling blue waters, phenomenal mountain scenery and endless recreation, the destination is a treat during any time of year.
But, around the lake lie many other treasures — lesser-known activities — that offer explorers one-of-a-kind experiences in this special place.
This year, we’re sharing out a series of treasures to give you new ideas on how to experience North Lake Tahoe.
Follow along as we reveal our top Treasures of Tahoe, and share your adventures with:
Treasure #1: Best Panoramic View
Lake Tahoe’s beauty is no secret, but many people have no idea where to enjoy it from above. Enter the Tunnel Creek Trail: home to the most beautiful panoramic view of Lake Tahoe, and a cheeky Monkey Rock.
Treasure #2: Lake Tahoe Rum Trail
Rum has become the unofficial beverage of choice for North Lake Tahoe, as it can be found in cocktails all around the lake. Follow the Tahoe Rum Trail around these six locations and raise your glass over scenic lakefront views.
Treasure #3: Historic Hideaways
Take a step back in time with us around North Lake Tahoe, with historical landmarks that allow you to experience the region’s storied history. From lifestyles of the rich and famous to stars of the silver screen
check out these three historic places in North Lake Tahoe.
Treasure #4: High-Flying Tahoe Adventure
Whether you wish to fly through the air with the greatest of ease or test your stamina, this Treasure of Tahoe can be found high off the ground. Take your Tahoe adventure to the next level at the Treetop Adventure Park and Tahoe Via Ferrata.
Treasure #5: Tahoe Lakeside S'more Tour
Winter is not complete without s’mores over a toasty fire pit, and did you know there are many fabulous places to enjoy a s’more right on the shores of North Lake Tahoe? When your sweet tooth is calling, join us along the Tahoe Lakeside S’more Tour!
Treasure #6: Winter Lakeside Sunets
It’s no secret that North Lake Tahoe has some of the most gorgeous sunsets on the west coast, but did you know that winter is actually the best time to watch the sunset? The shoreline of North Lake Tahoe is the perfect place to watch the sky light up, so follow along and get your cameras ready!